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Fitocracy is a fitness social network app that helps you track your workouts and interact with other users on the platform to help you keep motivated. You gain points by finishing workouts and keep levelling up in the process. The app starts off with a tutorial and then you have to sign up. You can create your own routine or choose from an existing set. The graphics are well done but sometimes I found the app to be cluttered with too much info and not very apparent hit areas. One jarring element in the action bar is the touching-the-edges loader indicator. This will be a great app with a little more polish.
April 21, 2013
Expense Manager is a clean app for doing what the title says. The app is neatly laid out and follows Holo guidelines. Data entry is more focused on the amount than what the expense was about. This would help in getting the expense recorded faster. In case there are no records, the app has instructions to get started. More features are available as an in-app purchase.
April 2, 2013
Even though the chances of me skiing are quite remote, AllSnow would be the app I would be using if I was doing that. The app is well designed and follows Holo guidelines. The Conditions page for a mountain looks very neat. Sign up is not mandatory but if you wish to sign up, it's not a pain. The Trail Map loaded an image instead of showing it as a detailed overlay on Google Maps itself. This felt a little weird and something which might change with the new Google Maps SDK.
March 25, 2013
Timer is a slick little app that is really good at reminding you of stuff. You can start a timer right away or save it and start later. The interface for selecting the timer duration is pretty cool though I felt the need for a separate dialog for setting the timer label was unnecessary. Running timers are also visible as a persistent notification in Android 4.1+.
March 24, 2013